A recovering addict who runs an intemperance protection programme is one of 39 people charged final week in a $10 million drug ring operating in eastern Pennsylvania.
Online court records show 54-year-old Michael D. Rowe posted bail & got through the Berks County jail on Tuesday.
He was between dozens of suspects rounded up final week in Berks County on charges of trafficking in cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana & heroin.
Rowe has been charged as one of the reduce operatives accused of possessing drugs by the intention to deliver them.
The Reading Eagle reports Rowe has been president of intemperance protection Strategies near Wyomissing since 2010 & has said in advertisements that he’s a recovering addict who struggled by drugs for 25 years.
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Pat Barry Blames His Drug intemperance For Rose Namajunas’ Failures
2 strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz at UFC 201, derailing her title bullet aspirations for the time being.
Barry described that he had called Namajunas to saw perfect night, but then never answered her texts or calls because he was incarcerated.
The one person I called hung the phone up, & didn’t answer, Rose.
He blamed himself, putting any of Namajunas’ failures as a fighter on his poor decision making:“Go back to any of Rose’s performances that didn’t seem quite right.
He’s got Namajunas & his drive to compete back, & in doing so, his life.
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National Emergency to Fight Drug intemperance Not Necessary, Price Says
Chris Christie’s suggestion to declare a national emergency to combat the Opium crisis, telling reporters Tuesday that such action isn’t needful to address the issue.
All of that can be done without the emergency declaration, Price said.
Declaring a national emergency was the top recommendation of the president’s Commission on Combatting Drug Addiction & the Opium Crisis, that is chaired by Christie & released an interim report July 31.
A national health emergency would also pressure Congress to provide further funding to address the issue, according to the report.
Price & the president’s counselor, Kellyanne Conway, didn’t mention Christie’s commission during a news conference on the Opium crisis.
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